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Apple OWA Authentication

Posted on 2008-10-27
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I am new to the Apple world. II just recently created Open Directory accounts for my users. My users  want to access their email via Outlook Web Access on Apple laptops. They are able to access the email via OWA when  logged into the local computer, but when my users log into their Open Directory accounts they are unable to authenticateto their OWA email accounts. It seems that OWA is looking for a proxy server to authenticate but I don't use a proxy server. Why can they access email via OWA when not logged into the Open Directory, but when in Open Directory they have issues. I am ready to give up on Apple. There is no problem with my Windows Domain users logging into their OWA accounts. HELP!!!!!!!
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Are you sure you're not propagating something via Open Directory to the end-user client?
Like a web restriction or a setting?

Did you integrate Active Directory with Open Directory?

What version of OWA/Exchange server is this? 2003 or 2007?

What Mac OS browser are they using to connect?

Are WebDAV extentions enabled on the OWA Server?



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Is there SSL involved?
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I don't have any web restrictions. We are running OWA/Exchange 2003. The clients are having the problem with both Safari and Mozilla.
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